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't exactly said what was changed on the ride but more investigations are possible. >>> singer chris brown is facing a new assault charge for a fight in washington, d.c. the 24-year-old musician was arrested after an earl he morning altercation that sent one man to the hospital. brown was in dc for a performance in a downtown club. he's still on probation for the 2009 beating of his on again off again girlfriend rihanna. >>> people who live near a landmark site say it's causing problems for neighbors. those who live along the trip below that 45-foot tall letters say sight seers ignore traffic laws. park in their driveways and jam roads in the area. not everyone is sympathetic. >> it is a public street and anybody that moved in theory should have realized this is a very popular place. it's a place where people like to come and take pictures so it's kind of like somebody that buys a home near a rail line then complains about the noise of the trains. >> that famous sign was built as a promotion to sell real estate. so far there are no plans to restrict access in this area. >>> new at 10:00, t
must agree to take the case. >>> singer chris brown has dodged a felony assault charge but his legal troubles may not be over. it was a chaotic scene in washington, d.c. as brown was released this afternoon. he spent last night in custody after being arrested for allegedly punching a man in the face. the unidentified man apparently tried to bud into a photograph of brown outside the hotel. charges were downgraded to simple assault. brown is on probation after being convicted of 2009 of attacking former girlfriend rihanna. he returns to court next month. >>> after a federal judge blocked part of the state's restrictive new abortion law. the state stripped the law of provision which acquires doctors to have admitting privileges at a near by hospital. abortion rights groups say that requirement could face 1/3 of the state's abortion clinics to close. texas officials say they will appeal today's ruling. >>> preteens spending hours on social networks. the dangers some see in the new trend. >>> from frigid weather and frost to a double digit increase in temperatures. >>> stories of senior
. the action singer chris brown took today ahead of his court date. >>> plus a wave like few others. the record broken by a brazilian surfer. >>> and chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking changes in our weather he's going to tell us what to expect on halloween. >> up first an extra eye on sex offenders. the special restrictions as children trick or treat. ♪ wow...look at you. i've always tried to give it my best shot. these days i'm living with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. at first, i took warfarin, but i wondered, "could i up my game?" my doctor told me about eliquis. and three important reasons to take eliquis instead. one, in a clinical trial, eliquis was proven to reduce the risk of stroke better than warfarin. two, eliquis had less major bleeding than warfarin. and three... unlike warfarin, there's no routine blood testing. [ male announcer ] don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to, as stopping increases your risk of having a stroke. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleedi
their current insurance plan. it's time now for our sunday grow. we have scott brown. juli pace, karl rove, and evan bayh. karl, we talked about this eat great length. how much trouble is obama care? ? >> in trouble. the president's job approval rating is now tied for the lowest of his term and his disapproval rating it at his highest and the law has gotten far mar unpopular and these problems are going to continue. let's put this in perspective, the individual market is being affected, but let's remember there is about 150 million people that get insurance through their employer. 90 million are unaffected. those are self funded plans governed by risa. so there is about 15 million in the individual market, so a total of about 75 million. the department of health and human services said 20 people would lose their coverage. other estimates are as high as nearly 50% of people. that is rolling out over the next year. >> all right, the new yorker had a classic cover. you can see president obama, secreta secreta secretary sebelius crossing her fingers. i'm sure the white house isn't laughing. >>
on october 28th. they say he was in the city's mission district. neto is about 6'tall with brown hair and brown eyes. >>> now to our continuing coverage of the deadly shooting at l.a.x. tonight the suspected shooter 23-year-old remains in critical condition as new information surfaces for him motive to gun down tsa agents. those who know him describe him as a drifter. his family says they received a text from him that was so alarming they called police to check on his mental state. before he carried a semi automatic rifle into the world thirdlargest airport -- a letter was found that was written before he carried a semi automatic rifle into the world third's largest airport. >> reporter: law enforcement officials saying he is being heavily sedated and under armed guard. he said he acted alone and had been dropped off at the airport by a friend. his motivation appeared centered around a grudge. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter and stated he wanted to quote instill fear into their trad
and modified guns which no longer meet safety standards. governor jerry brown signed 11 gun laws this fall but vetoed another dozen including assemblyman dickerson's. >> it's also something of a surprise. because i had a similar bill last year that was vetoed by the governor. so we modified this bill and still didn't get his approval and that's of course surprising. >> reporter: assemblyman dickerson says he will reintroduce the bill when lawmakers return to work in sacramento. >>> richardson police are using a new technology to recover stolen vehicles. when a car comes up stolen police are immediately alerted. last year richmond had the highest auto theft in the nation. auto theft is down 3% since cameras were installed last may. >>> high temperatures today were about like yesterday. maybe a little bit cooler we had a lot of cloud cover. no wind but cloud cover and that kept things in the cool side until later on in the day. sun came out and you got to 65. and the hot spot if you will would be santa rosa at 66- degree. tomorrow's daytime highs will be slightly warmer. if you're traveling
. walter steveers. this video was taken in 2005. he is the bearded man with the brown hat on the right. authorities found his car in nevada city after his wife reported him missing on monday, but there was no other sign of him. several agencies including some from the bay area are searching today near the spot where his car was found. steveers had been working a mining claim that he owns in the that area. >>> pge crews put on a dramatic show today. they dangled from helicopters as they work to replace transmission lines. they call the technique long lining. it minimizes any traffic impact. you might get to see more of this in the weeks to come. >>> today a cancer survivor passed through oakland as part of his goal to inspire other cancer patients. randolph westfall has survived 28 cancer surgeries, including four that were life threatening. he began his trip in vancouver on may 4th and has biked through richmond and oakland with his two dogs. he began biking after learning his diagnosis in 1987. >> just to prove myself, you be not sick, you just have cancer. >> he has biked more than t
, ktvu. >>> a felony assault charge against chris brown has been reduced to a misdemeanor. he was released this afternoon. he was raevsed last night following an altercation outside a hotel. charges were reduced to a simple assault but that arrest could have some consequences. he returns to court november 20th. >>> michael jackson's former doctor walked out of jail earlier today after serving two years of a four-year sentence. conra murray was released after midnight. he was escorted just after midnight out the back door. in 2011, he was convicted of giving jackson a deadly dose of the gain killer propofol. >> murray's jail time was significantly reduced by a change in california law. his medical licenses are suspended in three states. >>> george was arraigned felony charges. the santa clara county district's office handed down an indictment last thursday, but the da issued the arraignment today. he was labeled as a communist. he resigned from his post in march after pleading guilty to misusing campaign funds in a separate incident and is awaiting sentence nothing that case. >
short-term memory loss. she has gray hair, brown eyes. she's about 5 feet tall, weighing about a hundred pounds and goes by the nickname ma. she only speaks vietnamese. if you have any information, contact the police. >>> tonight in san jose, the second of four public meetings about reducing gang violence will be held. the gang prevention task force was hosting a meeting at the baskin community center. residents can find out about what's happening in their neighborhood and also what the city is doing to reduce gang violence. today's meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. theater meetings will continue through -- these meetings will continue through november 14th november 14th. >>> homeless advocates are planning a sleep in to protest the new proposals over park hours. they will meet at delores park, two blocks south of mission delores. right now the parks are open all night. scott weiner has made a proposal to change the operator hours from 5:00 a.m. to midnight. >>> the upcoming november 6th november 6th election in san francisco could break a record for low voter turn out. the ballot will feature
an explosion. >>> governor brown is scheduled to announce a multi-statement agreement to apply climate change. the agreement is between oregon and washington state to premier in columbia for new standards to reducing greenhouse gases. the agreement is very significant because the combined economy of western states and british columbia, the 5th largest in the world. >> the troubled health care website is back up again after reporting new problems. visitors couldn't access the website last night because they had a failure in the networking service provided by verizon. a republican congressman and the chairman of the committee says he is concerned about the possibility for identity theft on the website. >> i know they called a private entity for the security of it. the problem is they may have to redesign the entire system. the way it's designed, it's not secure. >> kathleen addressed concerns about the security in a blog. she says health does not retain or store information. >>> today california service workers will start a voting period that could end with a strike authorization. memb
. >> reporter: governor brown joined other dignitaries to break ground on the oakland global. >> it's about creating jobs and revitalizing a community that oftentimes has been neglected. >> reporter: the project, flat more than 300 acres making way for a new cargo transit hub. a new rail yard. 1million square feet of warehouses. one big goal, cutting out thousands of trucks that currently pollute the air at the port. >> let's seize the opportunity and finish this project and create more jobs and stabilize and enhance the economy. >> reporter: today a promise was made. thousands of blue collar jobs to west oakland. that's what officials say oakland global will bring to this community. >> 50% of these jobs must go to oakland residents. i believe that jobs prevent violence and prevent crime. that's a critical part of this project. >> reporter: funding for the project will come from both the federal and state government as well as the private sector. phase one of the project will take about five years to complete. live tonight in west oakland, mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> they pumped i
,000 people and this is the first since jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have ended all gun shows at the venue. it has been more crow he verse shale following the shooting at lax, flight operations at lax are normal after friday's deadly shooting and they have included murder of an officials officer against paul ciancia: he could get life in prison or be sentenced to death. they have still not talked to him as he remains unconscious in the hospital after being shot four times. >> we did recover a note at the crime scene. in that note, he indicated his malice and anger towards the tsa officers. they are checking whether a roommate unwittingly drove him to the airport. they describe ciancia as a loan are and in hopes of piecing together the sequence of events. the wife of the victim said he took great pride in his job. >> he enjoyed his interaction with the passengers at lax. >> he was born in he will salvador and would have turned 40. the couple was married on valentine's day 1988. two others were wounded while two other people were injured running from the scene. >>> this weekend,
brown, major jean quan and other dignitaries took part in today's ground breaking. officials say it will create thousands of jobs, half of which will go to people who live in oakland. >> i believe that job prevent violence and prevent crime and that's a critical part of this project. >> reporter: the project will be paid for by both state and federal funding. the first phase is expected to take three years to the complete. >>> ford says its sales were up 14% and chrysler was up 11% marking the company's best october since the rescission. all three auto makers reported a spike in sales following the end of the government shutdown. >>> wall street started november with gains, the dow rose 69 points today, nasdaq added two. more computer issues for nasdaq but they did not affect trading. >>> a driver plows into two freeway workers killing one of them. still ahead tonight, what we've learned about the two men and the driver now accused of dui. >>> up first, hundreds of flights cancelled and a terminal at l.a.x. still closed tonight. we have a live update now on what what's happened t
:00 p.m. he is 22, 6 feet, 180 pounds with brown hair and eyes. he had a dark backpack and i- phone 5. >> on tuesday voters in san francisco will decide on a controversial plan for a coppedo project along the waterfront. if if passes two condo buildings will be built at wash. supports say it would create a new waterfront park and hundreds of jobs, opponents say it would block views and create luxury housing few people can afford. then the governor talked to us about his involvement and support. >> it's a development and it'll generate $350 million over 60 plus years to the city. it'll create $11 million of affordable housing that none of the opponents can identity. >> we have this beautiful access to the waterfront, views of the bay bridge, views of the tower, of the ferry building, a nice park and we need to keep it that way. >> today the yes and no on proposition b campaigns plan to hold last minute get out the vote rallies. this weekend there will be special curbside drop off locations where voters can bring their vote by mail ballots, today and tomorrow the stations will be op
brown and the governors of washington state, oregon and british columbia are teaming up to fight climate change. and they say they also want to promote clean energy. >> it takes courage and collaboration. >> on their 2050 talks -- [ no audio ] emission vehicles. they want to fight ocean acidify case and they want to build a high speed rail system up and down the coast. >>> 5:08 is the time right now. the trayvon martin case returns to the national spotlight. the controversial law expected to be examined on capitol hill today. >> plus, it is snowing up in the sierra. how this is affecting local ski resorts and whoa one of them why -- why one of them may open this weekend. >> highway 4 you can see the traffic is picking up there westbound. we'll have more traffic hot spots next. >> well, mostly cloudy skies over us could be a few little sprinkles or very light rain towards santa clara valley. how much on the temps will we cool off or warm up a little today? use chase freedom at and get 5% cash back this quarter. so you can find the perfect gift for everyone. including you. activ
fleas as well. >>> well, governor jerry brown and the governors of washington state, oregon and british columbia, they're teaming up to fight climate change. and they also want to promote clean energy. >> so it takes imagination. it takes vision. and it takes courage and collaboration. >> now the group supports a policy to work together on their 2050 targets for greenhouse reduction. they also want to expand the use of zero emission vehicles and also want the fight acid in the ocean. >>> time now 6:09. the feds targeting a free possibility apartment complex. coming up live coverage of the -- free possibility apartment complex. coming up live coverage of the department of justice lawsuit involving children playing. >> plus the haven't case now -- trayvon martin case now back in the national spotlight. the hearing this morning about the stand your ground laws. >> we have an accident in the east bay to tell you about out in benicia. we'll let you know what that is and right now we're going to take a live look here at 280 and san jose. more traffic just ahead. >> well, good morning. we stil
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